Tag Archives: Parliament Incidents

President Ivanov: I am not involved in 27 April Parliament Incidents

The President of Macedonia Gjorge Ivanov addressed the nation on Friday evening, following the testimonies of some of the defendants in the “27 April Parliament Incidents” case, which claimed that he is involved in the entire scenario for the incidents. “As President of Macedonia, I pointed out the Administration for Security and Counterintelligence (UBK) as the centre that generates all ...

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Defendant Vasilevski provides testimony for “27 April Parliament Incidents” case

Aleksandar Vasilevski – Nindza, a defendant in the trial focusing on the Parliament Incidents from 27 April 2017, provided his testimony of the events at the hearing held on Thursday. Vasilevski said in his testimony that people from VMRO-DPMNE have organised the events leading to the incidents and the intrusion in the Parliament itself. “VMRO-DPMNE formed “For Joint Macedonia”, and ...

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Testimonies about Parliament Incidents obstacle for Draft-law on Amnesty

The Parliamentary Committee for National Reconciliation claims that it is facing certain obstacles in the preparation of the draft-law on amnesty after the newest details revealed about the Parliament Incidents that occurred on 27 April 2017. Some of the group members from the independent MP group of VMRO-DPMNE stated that because of the details revealed in the recent testimonies in ...

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